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Manufacturing Process Of Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets

The stainless steel overall cabinet is not only sturdy, but also very fashionable, high-end, avant-garde, and shiny, not easy to be dirty, even if it is contaminated with oil, it is easy to clean, and it can be used for a long time. Below, let's take a look at the manufacturing process of Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets :

1. Cutting board: According to the size of the stainless steel cabinet, one-to-one cutting is carried out. The length and height of the cutting board should be subtracted from the thickness of two layers of PVC (about 0.5mm).

2. Punching holes: When punching the hinge holes to make a plastic thermal frame, special attention should be paid to the left and right directions when punching the hinge holes.

3. Milling type: according to the door type specification, the tool must be correctly selected before the milling. Since the speed of the tool reaches 20000r/min, the tool must be firmly fixed before the milling, and there should be no looseness. The milling type of the stainless steel integral cabinet must be horizontal and vertical. The arc connection at the turn should be natural and consistent in-depth.

4. Grinding: Stainless steel cabinet grinding is a very important process, and its effect directly affects the appearance quality of the overall stainless steel cabinet. When sanding, first use coarse grit to remove the marks left by machining. Then finely grind with fine sand. Ensure that the stainless steel cabinets are free of scratches and smooth, especially in the transition of corners, which must be natural and smooth. After fine sanding, check the surface of the board for porosity and dents.

5. Glue spraying: The amount of glue used must be appropriate, and the spraying should be uniform. The compressed air used for glue spraying must be filtered by the oil-water separation device to ensure the quality of the glue spraying.

6. Lamination: The stainless steel cabinet is placed in front of the blister machine. It is necessary to strictly check whether there are fine hard rubber particles on the spray surface. When the film is overlaid on stainless steel cabinets. The blister worktable must be tightly pressed around to prevent air leakage, and then the blister worktable is pushed into the vacuum chamber for heating and vacuuming. During operation, the working temperature of the vacuum chamber and the pressure of the vacuum pressure pump must be strictly controlled.